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>>very good sunday morning to you and thanks for joining kron 4 news weekend were sneaking a peek outside from the embarcadero camera a lot of colors out there evybody i'm marty gonzales stays far as here toexplain how he's been busy with his somewhat dollars into tax cuts are agn we're doing the same thing yeah we're going to see a little bit of sun oing on for today now the clouds are the comeback again bully on us agai and more snow swers. we're expecting for tonight but that will kindmore of a nocturnal event it will be very spotty and scattered really the meaty rain we're
talking about that's happening later thisweek and will be talking about that this rning to goln gate bridge there you have it again some ouds kind of streaming on in just a touch. ere's the alcatraz skyliner the skyli behind it alcatraz in the foeground again color is aisha to check in this morning. there's that a lot of ouds you can see kind of thickening up here in thelast couple of frames it was clear the should breezeon by but increasing clouds is the general trend of our forest what to check the faa going on for tonight. you can see it redevelop ispretty early tonight that this is going to dosome of those spotty showers we're talking out. t it looks like we'll probably break up the fog pretty early tomorrow morning. little cooler this morning that it was yesterday we talked about this temperatures now in the 30, couple 40's here and they're free can in a 43, but a lot of 30's and that's due to some drier air and we did have clear skies throh much of the night not much t way of winds. so much colder this morning we saw from yesterday we have a bit of a rain event to with that. so here we go with so variable clouds will do it
temperatures kind of sluggish to gestarted 54. so by bout 2 o'clock. temperatures every summer to where they were from yesterday agaispotty showers developing in the afternoo will run through the tape for you in just a bit marty day thanks a lot. let's get to the news this morningthe 49ers first playoff game at levi's stadium could not ve gone any better for the red and gold as the niners made it look easy being the vikings 27 to 10. niners ns having a great time in santa clara dominated especially in the 2nd half. >>6 cks for th49 ers 2 them from nick bosa loan richard sherman also got in the actionhe had a big interception in the 2nd half leading to score. and the 49 ers never looked back. so that's whatwas happening on the field but how about what's going on in the stands andout in the parking lot kron four dan thorn was tailgating with the fahful as we take a look but the 49 ers faithful got exactly what they wanted a big big step closer to the super
bowl. >>the 40 niners have their fans fired up. the first playoff game at levi's bringing plenty of faiful to fill the stadium as well as the tailgates we're about to start a whole new legacy by now real back fans enjoy family friends and od, but feasted their eyes on total domination the 40 niners easily taking ca of the we are the best ing wdo better. loud and oud lots of smili faces left the stadium t you can expect an ev more electric atmosphere when the 49 ers host the nfc championship game next ek we're going to miami one of my m other ane on the way to miami and just what will it take to get to miami to denver to tonight when the run the ball >>and you think they need to n the ball, san francisco be hosting the winner f sunday's
game between the seattle seahawks and the green bay packers, this is the first time in6 years the 40 niners will be playing in the nfc championship game. >>reporting at levi stadium. dan thorn kron 4 news. and breaking overnight lice are investigating the sitation valley area bayshore boulevard in sunnyvale avenue. >>after the discovery of a body near the muni tracks now this is a this developing story. we don't have a whole lot of information just yet we'll get updates we a share them with you and get as we get them into the newsroom. it went on to the north bay this moing with 3 dogs were killed in an ely morning house fire in san rosa this happened saturday morning about 3 o'clock near dixie place and lumbar e lane that's next to lawrence cook middle school. the santa rosa fire department says the fire started in the rear bedroom of an in-law unit. fortunately, no people were inside the home at the time. it habeen one year since a fatacrash that claim e livesf 2 teenagers and injured 4
others. it happened as they were leaving a football game and deer valley high school. it was a very rainy night when th suv slammed into a tree on lone tree way near indian hill dre. police later id at wet roads and speed were factors in the crash. now exactly one year later family and friends gathered at the crash sitehonoring the 2 lives lost and >>i'm known as a as a miracle buff just feel blessed that i got my life our lives. >>i'm thinking about the other 2. that st their lives j m. iranian to us. they can about their families. the other 2 survivorcould not make to the vigil because they had to work as r the 2 who showedp one of high school the other will om graduate this year. the students at one of san francisco's lasall-girls catholic schools arfacing
are fighting now to keep the school open mercy high school says it willclose at the end of the school year. the school opened back in 1952, but decreasing enrollment is forcing the closure. well, the students have started a go fund me caaign to try and save the school. antime the school says classes and normal. mursi's focus right now is on the students faculty and staffand that the school also added it will also help transition current and prospective students to other schools as of now mercy high school's last dawill be on june 1st. coming up okron 4 news weekend. a netwist on that group of homeless mothers in oakland o are ordered to leave a vacant home. >>well now the company that owns th home is making brand-new offer we'll get the mother's reaction coming up. and a new pn tackle the homeless crisisin sonoma county calls for the county to becoma landlord will explain when we come back. and coming up next a coumer electronics show wraps up in las vegas we'll show you some of the gadgets meanttoke we're back on
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>>good morning. welcome at kron 4 news weekend parts of the country being slammed by snow ice and wind this weekend. all told more than 2million people under a flood watch on saturday in chicago was snow and ice th caused the cancellation of 900 flights ato'hare international airport in wisconsin. it was powerful when they created some of those big waves on lake michigan. and some big problems in the southeast as well in alabama, 3 pele were killed when a tree fell on them during the storm and the state of mississippi also dealing with some severe flooding. so ome real issues in her parts of the country afternoon he has say is south what they tend to gethe time to get a lot of those uh you know those kind of tordic activity and february a lot spring starts early and ir
everything goes north >>michigan they're getting all the rnadic activity in may and june and everything so what we're dealing with right now it's our wet season and we're going live up to that is week ahead with mountain snows in the package will be talking about you talk a tres island, yeah, the water colors in full bloom here, lots of blue working onhe blues right now. >>and there's the for the foreground background there you can see the skyline. there's the golden gate as well and we had a collection of cloud cover just moved through in the last minute now here. is will probably clear out in the later morning hours but ultimately increasing clouds is the rule, upstream gulf of alaska's all wound up for us to be sending a storm systems we expect a 2 major ones probably during the course of this week middle the week that big one is what's really going to be affecting everybody and that's going to the heaviest o of the bunch with lookng at that in the long-term forect, let's still today right now. this is what we have that do collection of cloud cover will increase andthen some spotty showers as we get to late in the day today so the will
see some of the some of us on the rain are pretty ch hold off for most of the day and intrudinin the north bay in the coastal areas as you n see there into tonight, clearing back out again for a decent monday. more rain develops now. on late monday througtuesday note the mountain snows ofwork but that's not the big hit. that's the first litt hit the we're gettg the second big one of that system. a look ahead t ortalking about sunny early with clouds building a few showers this evening nowfor tomorrow, a sunny start late day clouds showers late cut of the simple summer kind of thing we're dealing with today for this week showers and rain. wednesday and thursday, particularly and it's the wednesday night thursday zone for the bay area where that's going to be heaviest rain going on hee and that will be translating the mountains with heavy snow into thursday that will beays going very active this week there too 55 san francisco, 56 checking in for open 57 san jose now these are numbers very similar
to what we saw yesterday. bu e county on is we're starting a much colder off or in the 30's and across most the real estate. so we moved that up into the mid 50's anwith this cloud cover building that's going to be a littlebit of an effort see those highs for today we're takinga course oh look at that longer range forecast for y in a bit partyokayed a scene a few minutes. hank you. world news this morning falies of the passenger from all over the world want answers about the shooting down of a ukrainian jet in iran. >>all told 176 people who were on board th boeing 7.37 died when it went down. most of the passengers were from iran and canada. iran's military has takeresponsibility saying it was an intentional mistake with more now let's go to paula newton. >>it's the smiles that are so searingand indelible reminder of all that's been lost. at families strangers tried to s take in the magnitude of the
tredy. >>moore's cannot express the so now and then. pa at the time the ongoin search. it is just >>rosie who did not want her last me used could not believe her family friend, muhammad helios he was married in iran just last week.and then boarded flight 7.52. for ma year the grief is sti so raw. and thn they learned the airliner may have been shot out of the sky by iran. they can't make sense of >>new sponsor parents of the chldren. said that the last person daughters husband wife. us this is so surreal. >>at least 63 canadians died, but the vast majority of the passengers a 138. we're connecting to canada. many returning to lives here. >>theeals like this are going on right across the really relate to the stories n
really living their drea trying to make a better life in the second home. >>many of them called edmonto home and there they mourned students academics doctors. ople whose life stories is new canadians resonated with so many. how many smelly on says he still can't believe his wife theresa and his daughter era are never coming home to him. >>you call the inventions up some musicians not. and i told him that ok you know we've been out since foreverso that was a hardmoment for me. >>canada's prime minister justin trudeau joined an auto a vigil with others looking for comfort. >>there are familyfriends. i use a car on us. >>we are the government odds. lee is heartbroken losing the knives in brahimi and her teen. but he's also angry about the poliics now intruding on his grief.
>>but even if it's here on the blame is on usa if president trump would and ordered a drone strike on us and so am i and all this run up a new wouldn't be here today, grieving, you know. >>theimplication these precious lives are now collateral damage in an american iranian conflict still being waged. >>for your health this mornin china is porting the first death from the w type of corona virus. health officials in china also reportingthat 7 pele are in critical condition, 41 others suffering from pneumonia caused by the new type of corona virus. china says the cause of the outbreak is unknown, but it says it seems to be isolated to one ty. the outbreak is stirrinfears of a cent similar deadly virus outbak that happened more than a decade ago. officials say they're monitori the situation and we can continue to rk to ensure the health of those who traveled to china. deaths are increasing at an alarming rate here in the us that's alaccording to
a new study mandy gaither has more. >>the number of americans who have died from alcohol related problems anually have more 2017. and a new study says that's likely an undercount researchers from the national institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism use ath certificates to determine alcohol related deaths increased 50.9% from 16.9 to 25.5 per 100,000. that's a loss of nearly 1 million americans and that ti period and 2017 alone 2.6% of about 2.8 million deaths in the u s were alcol related. nearly half resulted from liver diase or ovdoses on alcohol alone or mixed with other drugs. the rate of aths was higher for men people among the ages of 5564
and among non-hispanic american indians and alask natives but the largest annual increase in deaths was among non-hispanic white women for today's health minute. i'm mandy gaither. >>and still ahead this morning. the 49 ers are headed tothe nfc championship game we've got all the highlights interviews from the cker room everytng you need room everytng you need knowhumira patients... this one's for you. the heroes who won't let your disease hold you back. you inspired us to make your humira experience even bter with humircitre-free it has the same effectiveness you know and trust, but we removed the citre buffers, there's less liquid, and a thinneneedle, th less pain immediately following injection. if you haven't yet,
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>>time now for sport. >>are faithful have been nine back in the postseason for the first time since 2013 hting the vikings in the divisional round for their playoff debut at levi levi stadium here we golet's head to santa clara all the greats in the buding joe montana four-time super bowl champion. first 49 ers drive. she brought a lot starting his first playoff game 5 for 6 right off the at, cluding a strike to kendrick bourne niners up 7 zipped. it's suing vikings drive. kirk cousins with his own response 32. deep stef diggs a callow witherspoon fallsdown digs a 41 yard touchdown weatherspoon. problems in the the game 3 manual mosley rom immediately after thshow to make a change now 2nd quarter tein leman ea money from a yard out 1410 san francisco at the half and after the break, thdefense just took
er cousins off targt richard sherman jumps the route interception the veteran corn with a huge play and en. to t the celebration going why not a photo opportunity in the enzone, the niners proceeded to un the ball 8 straight times, the final being from 2 yards out comb in his second toucown 2410 the 49 ers starting to impose their will in the 4th iners of 17 self gets to usins for one of san francisco's 6 sacks so had to all by himself in that the lines they were hang a good time everyone at levi's having a good time how shanan very happy as he gets his first playoff win as a hd coach his dad mikeenjoying it from the sweets the 49 ers are mong on to the nfc title gamenext sunday at santa clarfinal score 2710 and they held the vikgs to 7 1st downs rushed 47 times for 6 yards, let's get reaction we've got the team that got over 30 roun and win this game and we truly lk at that
as a team goal. >>and i mean again 47 and on offense and lot easier to do another team go to 12 on 3rd down and and where 45% of only an appeal to get 10 and when you just see that way the fense is planned. it's so muh easier stay with that and the whole team kind of fed off and the schedule works out nicely for the 49 ers get a full extra day of prayer today to watch packers. seahawks e which team they'll face in the n ampionship game in kron 4 has you coveed with anything and everything 49 er for hilights more reaction that as you look at sports back you. >>ok mark thanks a lot. we're taking a live look outside from the rk and errol camera this morning see clearing skies there dave has a forecast after the break.
>>good morning we're back on kron 4 news weekend. we're taking a live look outside from the embarcadero camera this morning see a lot of clearing their days far as here to tell us more about that we had to you know clear skies ovrnight not much the way of wind so we're off to a chilly start might have to grab the gloves you have papers a morning coff or something. >>jogger whatever you do there going to be a little coolo start we're going make up for with temperatures very simir what they were yesterday and this rain business that will be late in the count the sunset so early we can call
the evening, i guess you're talking 3 4 o'clock or whatever most of the dais looking good get is had there which is shot at alcatraz again kind of different conversation now that will be coered up here nicely nice. orange is at work he. there you can see the city behind foreground meanwhile the bay bridge shot as we watch the sun join us over the east bay hills winds not much of but they're picking up a lile bit. but little breezy going on for later on this afternoon with tharrival of a few we'll prob probably do it and not everybody maybe we'lget them. and basically that's the first little package, the more earnest rain arriving probably tomorrow evening or shuld say a pro approaching the witching hour into tsday. then heavier stuff as we get later on in the week here those chiy morning lows life referred earlier to still in the 30 subpoena, some places like napa 31 the most trees at least above freezing livermore check in a 34 by the way tri valley 38 hayward in oakland shoreline there 37 meanwhile up to about oh and that is in
some cas a half a dozen to a dozen degrees behind here we were this time from yesterday breaking it down today. it's kind variable clouds but temperatures spending a lot of the day for mourning at least in e upper 40's getting into the 50's in the early afternoon. coming up we'll have that extended forecast for you let you know is going to be shaking in he mountains as the systems cometraversing marty ok thank you. the north bay is morning, sonoma county's growing homeless crisis is on the minds of both residents and the board of supervisors. >>several plans are out there to try and tale the problem, one of thoseeas has the county bynes 3 homesfor the homeless and a they would share those homesbut a lot of neighbors don't like that idea. one neighbor ose name is naan on lives next door to one of those that the and he says he just doesn't like that idea. yeah we talked to other people whsay that they they' ok with that. >>almost $6 million or 60 peope. that doesn't go for
that ver 2000 home. >>ed to help you know because i know lot that we keep the place you know clean and that's what we need we need to screen these pele and bring him into this you know environment a good, you know, and it's wonderful. >>ll the board of supervisors plans totalk about this coming up at its next eting on tuesday. with bill developing news out of the east bay ere a group of homeless mothers were ordered by a judge to move out of home tt they've been living in. well now the company that owns that home in oakland has ofred to pay them shelter kron four's chris christie thahatred joins me this morning in the studioshe has the latest on this new plan christina so marty this is something that has brought up a lot of headlines most recently. >>on friday in alameda county superior court judge rule that the moms have no valid claim to actually be ithe home. >>and they have to ave within 5 days or face eviion now spokespersn for dgwood properties which
actually owns theme. police the judge made the right call. but the moms for housing group which you see right here in this video says this is just bring awarene to the housing crisis which they believe favorsthe rich over the poor. >>follows what the law is it follows what ethics and morals or to protect people's homes and protect people's wrongly took over this home they broke into it. we encourage hem to leave peacefully can luntarily this is what we're up against. >>a corporation who will put mothers antheir children out into the stre thinng that it is the moral and right thing to do. >>the judge's order indicates the moms can be forcibly removed from the house within 5 days. now however, which wedgwood propertiesays it will be willing to pay catholc charities to house the women for the next 2 months this way they can find new accommodations and the company will ao pay for their belongings to be moved
in a statement, thcompany said whch would hear us and understands what the indiduals. illegally in the in its home are saying, but it n't condone fact we urge the group to leave peacefully and voluntarily dominique walker who is one of the moms responded saying it is deeply disingenuous for this multimillion dollar corporation through their multimilon dollar public relations firm to pretend to be concerned about the well-being of black famies she goes on to say wedgewood is contributing to the housing crisis. walker says th the mom's want to buy the home for thoakland community land trust but says wedgwood would quote rather see our kis be in shelters or purse. walker finishes her statement by adding that the offer is an insult and that's why they've asked for their supporters join them in the house starting on monday morning. marty back to you all right christine, what happens tomorrow morning. >>coming up next on kron 4
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346 lives kron four's chris senate tred joins me in e of those nearly room to own release documents christina so we actually have me of those e-mails to show you. >>boeing now actually apologizing for a series of unfiltered and crude messages between employees.the company released e-mails and instant messages in which wokers reoled the 7.37 max regulatory certificion. and even the plane's abity to fly safely. an e-mail from april of 2017, which was just a month beforthe first veion of the plane was certified. gives a glimpse at the doubts of one employee who wrote in part. the airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys boeing launch the 7.37 max as the xt generation of its planes. another former boeing employee expressed his concerns to managent saying recommendations shut down production because of mistakes and cut concerns fell on deaf
ears. >>what i saagain was just a factory in disarray and we had lot of things going on as i mentioned congress and those problems continue cascade for many months. >>now boeing says the communication does not reflect the mpany and we and we ar and neto be. they are completely unacceptable. the f a said in a statement that it didn't find y new safety concerns in the newly released documents marty back to yo all right christine, thanks a lot for your money this morning tesla is once again maki history. >>it's now the most valuable us automaker ever the palo alto-based company reach the market value of 86 and a half billion dollars and that tops ford motor company's record high of jusover billion for shares back in 1999. in all a very impressive jump considering the tesla hit a 52 week low last june. e us
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the gulf of alaska, it's winter. oh boy so what's going to binteresting for the week ahead, we'll get to probably the heaviest activity happening on dnesday ursday, it looks like a lot of that will be nocturnal now a winter storm watchthat's ly down here in the southern areas, but we have an advisory here until 10:00am on tuesday and then that picks up again for potentially winter storm watch that may be a warning that's also a high winds were looking for 2 up ithe hills. sierra nevada winter adsory above 3500 feet in elevation technically it kicks in at 04:00pm on monday will be tuesday. up to 4 to 7 inches ofsnow localized near a foot winter storm watch wever, kicking in here. wednesday late thursday above 3,000 feet now that may be upgraded later on to a winter storm warning with that analso want to watch out for some winds potentially for that that was that tan colorthat we showed you ere earlier so much all the traffic coming in here fromthe gulf of alaska boom there's what's going on r thefirst little hit. late on
monday early tueay note, this is kind of nocturnal so be overnight the so be nice timing on th front boom here we go for this will be late wednesday into ursday, this is the heaviest stuff, but unfortunately will not stop for your thursdaymorning commute haing around a then getting into the weekend looks like another noticeable hit happening. this on saturday evening, maybe we can enjoy these part of thday on saturday before the rain again coming in during eveng hours system seems to break up as we get into eay the follong week, so they will turn off e spigot a little bit into the next we as things start to change a little bit highs today 5san francisco opened greater bay mid-fifties do it for now for for hightoday and th's a pretty impressive climb when you consider we started off in the 's. clear skies rier all working in tandem r it. so here's the unsettled week ahead note the heavy weather traffic for watch baarea rain that will
be mountain snows and again a little bit more for the is not you're listening to a e musical tribute is dedicated todoctorartin luther king junior. >>the performers are all part of the living jazz children's project celebration is called in the ne of love unasur annual tribute to the gacy of doctor king. it is a night of music annspiration it's for a great cause as well and joining me to talk more about the 18th annual eve is living jazz executive director stacy hoffman and acc thank yo so much for joining us 18 years congratulations on the air yeah we're very it really has become an institution in the east bay and this ye, you're also a having a tribute to sam cook with entire. well. >>its share when i consider theme for the show i do a lot
of research sure and we're looking for iconic. artis that represented the civil rights movement that stood up for change and that use their music as a platform to be le to articulate what was true for them at e time. sam cooke was absolutely one of those people who are crossed over in black anwhite audience. yes, like yeah was still eling the tremendous pressure of discrimination and at a rtain point in his career after he became profoundly successful actually. stood up he wrote a change is gonna come which came an iconic tune in the civil rights movement and all of us of course no this beautiful song. anhe just represents what we're trying to articulate to show it really was a courageous move by him to do something like thisas you mentioned he had just crossed over was gaining in popularity >>among all audiences and then to do sothing controversial like this, syou really shows what was close to his heart it
was very close to hi het and of puthim in grave danger. yeah at the time and unfortunately he was killed. >>prematurely at the age of 32 anthere's some mystery surrounding that that's a story unto itself sure he definitely wasa trailblazer you knw not just in the civil ghts movemt, but actually as an entrepreneur or as a very very smart. is is man so he paved the way for people like aretha franklin and stevie wonder and those that much fitting that he th he's being honored in this tribute for doctor king's legacy, let's talk a little bit abou thchildren's for free music education in schools right so living jazz 18 years ago was trying to help fill the gap. >> what was disappearing throughout our public school system, the living jazz children's project is set free music edation program for title one oakland public elementary schools, so wee servg over 302nd and 3rd
graders were very proud of it you should be h and. half 1st half of the yearof coral ogram and that's what's represented at the king ribute what we see in the video there what we they opened the show we get 300 children second an 3rd out for doctor martin luther s king there they are approaching yeah fantastic way to starthe you talked about the fact that you've been doing this now r 18 years of unfortunately the need is great if not greater than ever before. it is greater than ever before there's many things that are greater an ever get your pointand to find a way to expose our young people to the creative arts when the schools themselves no longer feel the responsibility do so. so nonprofits like the one that run it's called living tasreally understands the need for keeping e creative arts in r society
and to allow our cldren to understand how to be inspired by music by the arts and and also to to recognize that music is a vecle for social too and not only really enjoy whathe creative arts an to all of that also carry on that legacy that legacy and that cultural history where you know you talk about the power at music as it brings full circle to sam cook and what he did and we want to let people know where they can where they can see th and enjoy this wonderful show that has really become an east >>institution and it said taking ace on the 19th that's next sunday at 07:00pm at the scottish rite temple in oak when you see re information on your seen on your screen and the website as well, and it's always a wonderful inspiring night and expect at this night will be >>it definitely well and i just rely quickly if i have tried to help our listeners. what actually going to be
ther the court to do it real quick israejust that so we have many outsnding bay area iconic tists of the last be performing with congresoman barbara lee that will be there to percent a humitarian award. we have the oakland interfaith gospel choir. so it's quite an eclectic evening and we help the whole community comes out and celebrates withus in the name of doctor can say see thank you so much and we expect a huge owdthanks i wanted my hepatitis c gone. i put off treating mine. epclusa trea all mn types of chronic hep c. whateverour type, epclusa could be your kind of cure. i just found out about mine. i knew for years epclushas a 98% overall cure rate. i had no symptoms of hepatitis c mine caused liver damage. epclusa is only one pill, once a day, taken with or thout food for 12 weeks. before starting epclusa, yu have had hepatitis b, which may flare up, and could cause serious liver problems during and after treatme.
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>>good morning, welcome back, we know the 40 niners are moving on to the conference championship ne week and now the packers are asking for hundreds of fans to help car snow off their field. they put ut that same call last month after a wier storm dropped more than 6 inches of snow in green bay. well, they're execting more now anthey're asking for some hearty fans to shovel snow ahead of their game against the ahawks later today. well, the fans who show up wil get a $12 an hour for their work. and the will also provide the shovels. a high school student made an incredle discovery during s internship with nasa as he actually discovered a brand new planet and its uncommon ty. it happened on the 3rd secures and nasa internship now he worked at the goddard spacflight center i maryland. he was assigned to look through skeleton telescope and study how to stars will be crsing paths creating an eclipse well he
und something else another body in the in the orbit and that led him to the iscovery of new planet. that's now 1300 light years away from rth. 's almost 7 times the size of earth and it's only the 13th planet of its kind to ever be discovered d he found it on his 3rd day have an intnship take of all right what chris put on your resume ould you do find planet yeah and we're looking at temperatures across the bay whether to get the day started t we're going make up for this afternon more showers and a very active weather week coming upwe'll be
>>a ood sunday rning to you thanks a lot for joining us on kron 4 news week and we're taking a live look outside of clearing skies, a and over e embarcadero in san francisco. >>things looking pretty good there hope, but things are shaping up. well if you're a neigborhood as well. hi everybody i'm marty gonzales dave spahr is here with t forecast you know we've had some paage of clouds move here right after it had a clear nighto get there if we get all this radiational coolg at night temperatures plummet in the bojumped on top of us here ambush wi get that thinning out a little bit today, however. >>they are goingto win the battle ultimately and later on this afternoon and began th sun setting so early will call evening. some showers starting to develop which will be
plotting here for you. yeah, here's how we stand though again here's kind of the overcast sky appearance we got going on golden gate bridge in clear view and then meanwhile, this the shot from alcatraz kind of peering through so of those clouds as well so here it is you see the last couple of frames right the. boom it just kind of sits right on top of us again this will thn out a little bit but variable clouds will probably work as a general descrtor for today and for most locations by the wasince we have a little bit of a minor rain event occurringoday or tonight and into tonight. well probably some fog for tomorrow morning maybe in the east bay in the south bay by dawn or so. it's got to start ur day off. but even have potentially maybe even some. what ads in somereas. temperatures are still very chilly 33 going on for napa 37 foreignabout oh 45 san francisco. much colder than we saw from yesterday, not your imination trailing in some cases close to a dozen degrees behind but a half a dozen will do it for most locations and there you have it kind of variable ouds on balance they are winning the battle you can see by 3 o'clock those temps pretty
much mid-fifties w will be very active weather wise for this week ahead including up covering all of that for you timing and so forth a of particularly for today and into tomorrow marty ok dave niners first playoff game at levi'sstadium uldn't have gone better for the r and gold as the niners madet easy yesterdabeating the vikings final was 2710. >>and niners fan d a great time in santclara watching the niners defense dominate, esecially in the 2nd half. the dea had a 6 x altogether tolong from and nick bosa richard sherman also got in on the at t with a big interceptn in the 2nd half that led to a touchdown. and the 49 ers never look back. so that's what was happening on the field but how out away from the eld in the stands in the parking over the fans dng kron four's dan thorn was outailgating with the faithful take a look the 40 niners faithful got actly against the vikings and a big step closer to the super bowl.
>>the 40 niners have their fans fired up. the first playofgame at levi's bringing plenty of faithfuto the tailgates we're about to start whole new legacy baby now real back fans enjoy mily friendsand food, but feasted their eyes on total domination the 40 niner easily taking care of thewe are the st thg wedo better. loud and prud lotof smiling faces lt the adium but you can pect an eve more electric atmosphere wn the 49 ers host the nfc championship game next week 're going to my of my m other plane on the way to miami and just what will it take to get to miami to denver to tonight when the run the ll >>and you think they need to run the ball, san francisco be hosting the winner of sunday's game between the seattle seawks and the green y
packers, this is the first time in 6 years the 40 niners will be playing in the nfc chaionship game. >>reporting levi stadium. dan thorn kron 4 ws. >>and breaking overnight police are investigating the visitation valley area bayshore boulevard and sunny after a body was found near the muni tracks now this is a developing weave updates for you as soon as we get them intothe newsroom. now to the north bay this morning, 3 dogs were killed in anearly morning house fire in santa rosa that happened saturday morning about 3 o'clock near dixie lumbar de lait now that's close to lawrence cook middle school. the nta rosa fire department says the fire stted in a rear bedroom of an in-law unit. no pele were inside the house at the time. it has been one yearsince a fatal crash claimed the lives of 2 teenagers and injured 4 hers. it happened on lone tree way near indian hi drive in antioch survivors
family and friends gathered at the site to remember thlives that were taken too soon. kron ur's gayle ong was there. >>the are 2 of 4 survivors of the crash logan lost his leg dilbert suffered shoulder and leg injuries, it was a night of 1/11/29 the 2 ens were passengers of the suv leaving a football game from deer valley high school it was a rainy night when the suv slamm into a tree on lone tree way ne indian hill drive 2 teeners died the other 4 critically rt. it was later determined wet roads and speed were a factor, i'm thinking about the other 2. >>that lost their lives j m. iranian to us. they can about their families exactly one year later, family and frnds gathered at the site honoring the 2 lives lost and sharing stories of survival and of lettuce. >>know as a as a miraclbuff just feel blessed that gasin my life our lives. >>this gatheri was also a reunion and meet and greet of
so sort also our first meeting the family of the other surviving passengers. it's another reminder that we need to lead a brace our kids level in life love on them as much as we can and also remb to teach themn all the proper rules of the road. in safe. the more safer more cautious. >>the other 2 survivors could not make it to e gathering because of were cast for the 2 that show up there are retail worth graduated high school last year and is going to college molly logan will graduate from antioch high school in june in the newsroom, gayle ong kron 4 >>and coming up on kron 4 news weekend. there's a new twist onthat group of homeless mothers in oaklanwhare ordered to leave a vacant house well nothe company that owns the home is making a new offer, we'll have the mother'sreaction to that coming up. and a new plan to tackle the melesscrisis in sonoma county calls for e county to become a landlord we'll explainlater in e newscast and coming up next
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the last day to get covered is january1st. of the country being slmed by snow ice and wind this weekend all told more than 20 million people under a flood watch on saturday. >>across t country in chicago they were dealing with snow and ice and it caused the o'hare in wisconsin that was really strong winds that they had to deal with and that created some of the big of the dealing with some problems in the southeast as well in alabama for instance, 3 pele were killed when a tree fell on them during the storm and inmississippi they're dealing with severe flooding. so really a a lot of problems being caused by the weather back east to fortunately re uh no problems at all most of
that for chance clear that that's not the kind owhat's east coast, a little bit with rain showers and so forth so most of that they're taking a eak from it as we wait for storm systems coming off the pafic out of the gulf of alaska going to be active this week ahead for took the midweek is when his own looks like to know i that's an old there for and we did ta about this collection of cloud color a shunt in all this e too. >>which you can see there there's the blue skies trying to appear on through so we'll see some sun going on for today butthe clouds were expected to build on us anyway this afternoon so we're n going to get lot of sunshine today, here's the kinof overcast appearance here from the goden gate and is a chilly start tothe day so it's kind of the gloom. morning winter pe looking day for us least not raining yet. b here's what we got going on a new storm system our system will drop south bringing some scaered spotty showers that will happen this evening that's somewhat clears up. but then it opens up the pathway for what's to come all right we're going to nd of 2 big hits happening. and the
really big one will be wednesday night through thursday, it looks like that will be mountain snows in the package first of all let's rieyond again today me clouds will win the battle there the spotty showers up in the north bay covered the peninsula coast. they're t penetrate into the east bay real real well, but a little bit a mountain snows with the 2 get some of that. then here's the break monday. and then into tuesday monday night. otty to scattered showers recall that more scattered this will be a little bit more intense will cover the geography probably everybody to have a chance. a lot but will get a little t hit from it as you can see as to tuesday morning. so hopefully it will clear out for the morning commute which appears to do maybe some wet roads ft over. and then comes the heavier stuff later on so sunny early. at we did. in the some scattered clouds but they're going to win e battle later on day a few showers this evening as we just showed you that tomorrow sunny start but late in the day clouds and showers late. this will be more of a scattered showers rather than spotty that we're having for this evening. then this week
showers and rain wednesday thursday, particularly so anywhere from late afternoon wednesday. onwere through thursday morning heavit will happen on. wednesday night. today we're projecting 55 san francisco, 6 open 57 san jose hardly change from yesterday but 're starting substantlly. colder this in some cases, almost a dozen degrees. so that's a big klein or fighting to some of this cloud cover that's going to be a ttle bit of a challenge. here's the highs across the wir bay mid-fifties seems to be a prty good average marty ok thank you back to the news is morning. families of passengers from all over the world want answers about the shooting down of a ukrainian jet in in. >>all told 176 people who are on the board on board this boring 7.37 died when it went down. most of the passengers were from iran in canada, iran's military has taken responsibility saying it s an intentional mistake with more now let's go to paula newton. >>it's the smiles that are so
searing and indelible reminder of all that's been lost. at this vigil in toronto friends families strangers tried to take in the magnitude of the tragedy. >>moore's cannot express the so now and then. pain at the it is just >>rosie who did not want r last name used could not believe her family friend muhammad helios he was married in iran just last week. and then boarded flight 7.52. for many year the grief is still so raw. and then they learned the airlinermay have been shot out of the sky by iran. they can't make sense it. >>how did the new sponsor parents of the children. said that the last person daughters husbands wife. us this is so surreal. >>at least 63 canadians died,
but the vast majority of the passengers a 138 we're connecting to canada. many returning to lives here. >>the deals like this are going on right across the country. so many nadians can really relate to the stories of the victims. people really living their dreams trying tomake a better life in a second home. >>many of them called edmonton home and there they mourned students academics doctors, people whose life storiesis new canadians resonated wi so many. homany smelly on says he ill can't believe his fe thesa and his daughter era are never coming home to him. >>so a good cause and inventions up some musicians not. and i told them that ok you know we've been absent foreverso that was a hard moment for me. >>canada's prime minister justin udeau joined an auto a vigil with others looking forcomfort. >>there are family friends. i use a car on us.
>>we are the government odds. lee is heartbroken losing the knives inrahimi and her about the politics now ry intruding on his grie >>but then if it's iran to blame as a new esy if president trump would and ordered a drone strike on us and so am i and all this r nothing new wouldn't be here today, grieving, you know. >>the implication these precious lives are now collateral damage in an american iranian confli still being waged. >>california sending 31 disaster specialists to help in the recovery process in puertorico. this the island was rocked by another large rthquake this weekend. a 5.9 temblor was repted on the southeast southwest part of thesland on saturday. now this comes just days after a 6.4 earthquake hithe island killing at least one rson and knocking oupower to virtuallthe entire country. yesterday's quake used a
landslide andmore outages across the island. there have been no immedia reports though of any injuries. for your health china is repting that the first death from the new type of corona virus has occurred. heth ficials in china also reporting that 7 people e in critical conditn, 41 others are suffering from pneumonia caed by this new type of cona virus. china says the cause the outbreak is unknown, but seems to be isolated to just one citythat outbreak is stirring fears of similar deadly virusoutbreak decade ago. officials are saying that they're monitori the situation and they want to wo to continue to ensure the health of everyone who travels to china. alcohol related deaths are increasing at alarming rate here in the us that's according to new study mandy gaither has more. have died from alcohol related probms annually have more than doubled between 1999
2017. and a new study says that's likely an undercount researcherfrom the national institute on alcoh abuse and coholism use death certificates to determine alcohol related dehs increased 50.9% from 16 t 25.5 per 100,000. that's a loss of nearly 1 million americans and that time period and 2017 alone 2.6% of about 2.8 miion deaths in the u s half resulted from liver y disease or overdoses on cohol alone or mixed with other drugs. the rate of deathswas higher for men people among the ages of 5564 and among non-hispanic american indianand alaska natives but the largest nual increase in deaths was among non-hispanic white women for today's health minute. i'm >>and still ahead on kron 4
hosting the vikings in the divisional round for their playoff debut at levi levi stadium here we go let's head to santa clara all the greats in the ilding joe montana four-time super bowl champion. firs49 ers drive. she brought a lot starting his first playoff game 5 for 6 right off the bat, including a strike to kendrick bourne niners up 7 zipped. invitee strife. kirk cousins with his own response 32. deep stefon diggs a callow wierspoon touchdown weatherspoon. problems in the secondary he was pulled from the game 3 manual mosley immediately after his how to make a change nownd quarter tevin colem easy money from a yard out 1410 san francisco at the half and after the break, the defense just took over cousins off target richard sherman jumps throute interceion theeteran corner th a huge play and then. to get the celebration going whnot a
photo opportunity in the end zone, the niners proceeded to run the ball 8 straight times, the final being from 2 yards out comb in his second touchdown 2410 the 49 ers starting to impose their will in the 4th niners of 17 self gets to cousins are one of san francisco's 6 sacks so had to all by himselin tt the lines they were having a good time everyone at vi's having a good time how shanahan ry happy as he gets his first ayoff win as a head coach his dad mike enjoying it from the eets the 49 ers are movinon to the c title game next sunday at santa clara fial score 2710 and they elthe vikings to 7 t downs rushed 47 times for 186 yards, let's get reaction we've got the team th got over rounds and win this game and truly look at that as a team goal. >>and i mean again 47 and on offse and lot easier to do another team goes to 12 on 3rd down and and we're 45% of only an appeal to get an end when
you just see that way the defens is plannd. it's much easier stay with that and the whole teamkind of fed off and the schedule works out nicely for the 49 ers get a full extra day of prayer today to watch packers. seahawks see which team they'll facin the nfc chpionship game in kron 4 has you covered with anything and everything 49 ers for highlights more reaction that if you look at sports back to you. >>sounds great mark, anks a lot, let's go ahead and take a live look outside golden gate bridge this time around some cloudy skies there by and rain
>>good morning, welcome at kron4 news we can see more sunshine this morng in the shot from the embarcadero and a sparse here to tell uall about it, you know the shredded sttus clouds wre kind of dealing with the kind of snuck here at the last night around on you press, yes, though because of the car skies at night cool off and all that. >>and just as the sun is going to join us the calm, but you know wh they gave us ice ver skies though so you know can i wre carrying out of the sent out a little bit we'll t some sunshine going here today and then talking about yeah ere we go and this a signal. but then later on today they will kind of build upon us gang up us again and then some more showers by this evening. it looks like very ry spotty by the way here's a look at we got to the bay bridge shot and again the sun rising up over the east bay hills winds not a particularly active. the pretty calm over most of the real estate little bit of a
breeze peaps by this evening with those showers while those temperatures get a load of this still in the 30's at this late hour, the clouds are helping 33 for napa 39 abbado some 40's breaking thrgh here for concord looks like also for oakland 39 meanwhile for ahayward future cast for here's a little pper going to get for this evening, it los like mountain snows with that too. take a breather let's do it again on monday this will be a little later now as approach the witchg hour into tuesday. this will be more scattered showers contrasted with kind of spotty so this will be kind of scattered about looks like everybo that they'll get a shot of that at least and the departing by tuesday morning. here's how it lines up here for us for today, we've got partly cloudyy high noon, 03:00pm turning mostly cloudy th's again with the expected spotty showers into this forecast coming up a little bit we'll take a ok at the longer range forecast. give you an idea of what we'r expecting also up in the sierra to rty. >>the whole spectrum of people
out on streets people who want to make febetter for the people who just stop caring and they're still in drive single care >>sonoma county's growing homess crisis is on the minds of residents and the board of supeisors as well. there are several plans to try and tackle the problem, one of those ideas has the county ssibly buying 3 homes for the homeless to share kron 4 switch recall has more. >>8.11 davis street insanta rosa is one of 3 hoses the sonoma county board of supervisors is considering for its proposed shared housing program for the homeless. nathan lives next door and is against the pla he points to problems already caused by the people living in a growing homeless encampment aroundthe corner under the highway one o one ovss nathan lieves whatever nds the county would commit to the proposed the spent moreefficiently this is almost $6 million or 60 people. >>that isa go for that or 2000 home. and carolyn kendall
area was homele for close to 4 yea before moing into her sister's apartment for months ago. >>she lives across from the second use under consideration for purchase by the unty. it's located at 8.66 sonomaavenue in santa police department and next e dor to where rehabilitation and mental health facility and church she supports the shared housing proposal we need to help you know because i know lot of that >>we keep the place you know clean and that's what we need we need to screen these people and bring him into this you know. >>environment a good. you know, and it's wonderful, although county supervisor lead to hopkins says rules for the homes would be efoed by professial property management. >>neighbors near 8190 arthur street inkentucky say that's next to the 3rd piece of s property. e county is looking into it tually has 3 units that are done says the county would used to house p
to 20 people are very much concerned for my my wife his own way, she's a bartender and there are 3 o'clock in the morning. she comes don't know who's going to be here the board of supervisors will discuss the proposal further at its next meetg on tuesday in onoma county felipe should all kron 4 ne. and we have developing news out of the east bay where there's a new twist this morning in the story about a group of homeless mothers who have been house. in a vacant oakland >>they were ordered by a judge to move o of that house. but now the company that owns the home has offered to pay to shter them kron four's christina tetraault joins me in the studio now she has the test on this w twist christa so marty this is a situation that's really been writing headlines. special specially within the past week >>on friday in alame county superior court judge rul the moms have no valiclaim to actually be in the use and they have to leave within 5 days or fa eviction a spokespers for wedgwood properties which owns the home
believes the judge made the right call. now however, wedgwood prorties says it's willing to pay catholic charities to house a women for the next 2 mths is way they can find new accommodations. the company will also pay for belongings tobe moved in a full statement we wantto show it to you here. the company said which would hears d understands what the individus illegally in this home are saying, but it cannot condone theft we're 2 group to leave peacefully and voluntarily dominique walker who is one of the moms who responded this. it is deeply disingenuous for this multimillion dollar corporation through their multimillion dollar public relaons firms topretend to be concerned about the well-being of black families. walker fishes her statement by adding at the offers actually an insult to her that's why they've asked for their supporters to jo them at the house, starting on monday morning as a rm of protest marty back to you l coming up on kron 4 news ell
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airplane was gunded last year following 2 deadly crashes that claimed 346 lives kron four's christine it hatred joins us again in udio to hae break down some of the newly released documents christina soarty we actually have me of those to show viewers right now. >>boeing now apologizing for a seriesof unfiered and crude messages between employees. the company released e-mails and instant messages in which workers ridiculed the 7.37 max regulatory certification. d even the plane's ability to fly safely. an e-mail from april 20 a month before the first version of thplane w certified. give us a glimpse at the doubts of one employee who wrote in part. this airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are erpa supervised by monkeys boei launched the 7.37 max as the next generation of planes. another former boeing employee expressed his concerns to magent saying e recommended shutting down produion because of mistakes
and cut corners but he says his recommendatis fell on deaf ears. >>what i saw again was just a factory in disarray and wehad a lot of things going on as i menoned congress and thos problems continue to cascade for many months. >>w willing says the communication does not reflect the company and they are completely unacceptablethe f a a id in a statement that it didn't find any new safety concer in the newly released documents marty back to yo thanks for that report. tesla is making history once again, it is now the most valuable us automaker er. the palo alto-based company's shares reached a market value of 86 and a half billion dollars and that tops ford motor company's record high of just over $76 billion for shares back in 1999. it's rlly an impressive jump considering the tesla hit a 52 week low, just last june. the us automaker is still a loof
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everybody in a live shot coming in from sfo, no delays going on this orning. oh yes, united often are hurry this morning. so we have kind of the overca sky conditions for right now that was not the case a couple of hours ago. and because most of the night was in ct clear wegot the radiational cooling effect minus the nds that drier air all worked in tandem help those temperatures going to tumble overnight. and just as the sun ins us this cloud cover happens here. if this remains this way it can be a ttle bit of a forecast problem for this forecast highs where summa th some thinning going ouhere at least let the sun do a little performance today before they gang up on us again and here come a few showers later today, a spotted very very spotty. we've got mid 50's for highs today for a centra valley for central coast lower to iddle 50's. so cal, you looking at lower 60 45 for big bear but for thweek ahead, yes, this whether it's well whether action coming in from the gulf of alaska, the typical ca this time of year. and we expect mntain snows with all of that to most
active will be middle of the week will cut him plot that for you but just to give you a noteof what we're talking about winter weather advisory that's where it stands now until 10:00am on tuesday. but additional to that some real estate is covered in a winter weather watch that's what the second hit which may be upgred later on to a winter storm warning that ll be the next step but for now that's a winter weather advisory. erra nevada we're talking about winter advisory about 3500 feet 4 to 7 inches of snow localized amounts near a foot. winter storm watches t next ing that will be wednesday through late thursday above 3,000 feet in elevation. so that will be the next step to watch and you'll see how the copious amounts of moisture were getting by that point really merit. this good news is is it all the more a models that we're looking at there is a good agreement on timing on this one. it's really only off by couple of hours so it's it's really on tap wih t major models this. this is this hit the first of all hit here ice a little bit. the first hit happening monday night tuesday. there you see it but the juice year one happening on wednesday ursday there we
you may get some of this ounty action as well in terms of there comes a second hit into thursday, we take a breather and it looks like more on satuday this may be held off at least to get us to give us some sunshine early saturday morning in the early afternoon. again timing by that may change because that's getting far out in the forecast. next system seems to break apart before it gets here early into next week. so we might be into more of a drying trend intodoctor king day and that week that follows look at the forecast callng for today and variable cloud temperatures mid to upper 50's will say 55 safrancisco, san jose at 5756 meanwhile won for oakland that's very indicative over e wider bay again got to get thesclouds to thin out a little bit that can bus the forecast highs that they don't doso unsettled week ahead, e action will be basically wednesday night throh thursday and watch out for maybemore into the weekend. what a touching scene
is not you're listening to a musical tribute is dedicated to doctor martin lu king junior. >>the perfoers are all part of the living jazz children's project celebration is called in the name of love unasur of doctor king. it is a night of music an inspiration it's for a great cause as well and joing me to talk more about the 18th annual event is living jazz executive director stacy hoffman and acc thank you so much for joining us 18 years congratulations on the air ah we're it really has become an institution in the ea bay anthis year, you're also a having a tribute to sam cook wi entire. well. >>its share when i consider theme for the show i do a lot of research sure and we're looking for icic. artists that represented the civil rights momenthat stood up
for change and that use their music as a plaorm to be able to articulate at was true for them at e time. sam cooke was absolutely one of those people who are crossed over in black and white audience just likewe arwas still feeling the tremendous essure of discrimination and at a certain point in his career after he became profoundly succeful change is gonna come which a became an iconic tune in the civil rights movement and all of of course no this beautiful song. and he just represents what we're trying to artilate to show it really was a courageous move by him to do something like this as you mentioned he had just crossed over was gaining in popularity. >>among all audiences and then to do something coroversial like this, so yoreally shows what was close to his heart it was very closto his eart and of put him in grave danger. yeah at the time and unfounately he was killed.
>>prematurely athe age of 32 and there's some mystery surrounding that that's a story unto itself sure he definitely was a trailblazer u know not just ithe civil rights mement, but actually as an entreeneur or as a so he paved the way for people like aretha franklin stevi wonder and those that came aftehim so it's very much itting that he that he's being honored in this tribute for doctor king's legacy, let's talk a little bit about the children's for free music education in schools right so livi jazz 18 years ago was trying tohelp fill the gap. >>in what was disappearing throughout our public school system, the living zz children's project is set free music education program for title one kland public elementary schools, so we're serving over 302nd and 3rd graders were very proud of it you should be has and.half 1st half of the years of coral
program and that's what's represented at the king tribute what we see in the video there what we they open the show we get 300 children second and 3rd graders walking on to their the stage singing their hearts out for doctor martin luther king there they are approaching yeah fantastic way to start e you talked been doing this now for 18 yearof unfortunately the need is great if not greater greater than ever before there's many things that are greater than ever get your point and to find a way to expose our young people to the creative arts when the schools themselves no longer feel the responsibility to do so. so nonprofits like the one that run it's called living task really understands the need for keeping the creative arts in our society and to allow our children to understd how to be inspired by music by the arts and and also to to
recognize that music is a vehicle for social and cultal change and theyoo and not only rely enjoy what the creative arts mean to all of that also carry on that legacy that legacy and that cultural history where you know you talk about the power that music as it brings full circle to sacook and what he did and we want to let people know where they can where they can see this and enjoy this wonderful show that has really become an east >>institution and it said taking place on the 19th that's next sunday at 07:00pm at the scottish rite temple in oak en you see more information on your seen it on your screen and the weite as well, d it's always a wonderfulinspiring night and expect that this night will be the same. >>it definitely well and i justreally quickly if i have tried to help our listens. what actually is going to be there. the court to do it real quick israel just that so we have many outstanding bay area iconicartists of the law also
be performing with congresswoman baara lee that will be there to percent a humanitarian award we have clean interface gospel choir. it's quite an ecleic evening and we help the whole community comes out and celrates with us in the name of doctor can say see thank you so much and we xpt a huge crowd, thanks again. thank you we'll be righ what'd we decide on the flyers again?
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yesterday as they are now ving on but the green bay packers plane today are asking for hundreds of fans to help clear me snow off of their field and stadium they pu out that me call st last month ter a winter storm dropped more than 6 inches ofsnow. well now ey're pecting more snow and they're askg for some hdy packers fans to shovel snow ahead of th game tonight against the seattle seahawks the fans show up will get to 12 bucks an hour. and the team provides the shovels. a high school student made an incredible discovery during his internship with nasa he discovered a brand new planet and it's a very uncommon type of planet it happened on just the 3rd day of the internship for 17 year-old. wolf sucre a owes a interni at nasa any worked at the goddard space flight center in maryld. he waassigned to look through the tests mioscope or telescope rather to a study how the 2 stars would crossing plant has creating in the ip. so he's something se in their orbit
that was this new planet that he discovered its 1300 light years away from earth. it's 7 times the size of earth and it's only the 13th planet of its kind to ever be discovered. let's go now to sacramento or waitress or got a huge tip this weeke. she plans topay some of it forward her name ikathleen marino and she received tip of more than $1800 on a taof a $165. it all happened tuesday night at the wildwood kitchen d bar moreno says that she was shaken when she realized that the amount of or tip.and she says she can real use the money because she is woing 2 jobs to pay for college tuition says she plans to use the money fo somecar repairand then sd the rest of the money to help the victims of e australian wildfires day for e cartels we're good. we've got to 30's and 40's on the board for right clear skies. a lot our temperatures to go into a tumble mode today. >>that we see quite a t of
>>you know this uh overcast a shredded a stratus we have goinon here the kind of snucup on us when the ambush of this this morning. this will thin out a little bit says so the forecast goes let no miake about it they'll be back again this afternoon anotheambush another ambush and that with everysome couple spotty showers with them to southe bring some gifts so that we got going on the gold gate. there you can see kind of that kind of gloom and doom imagery looked a little different about a couple hours ago anthen the east bay shot here this is a from coming in from a u c bekeley that we have going on here over looking towds the seen there as well so on be satellitradar there. it is unclear form clear over most of the night d then boom here it comes we'll get a thinning out a ttle bit and thenthis next system will drop in next collection. and they're carriewith it again. spotty is the word we wa to use because tomorrow night it's scattered showers that will be at work here. here's futurecast to note the fog in e wake of the spotty showers
but have to contend with a little bit in the east bay tomorrow morning. and a perhaps a peninsula little tad up there around the north bay as well. temperatures right now at this hour we've graduated up to the 40's in most locations valais ho napa and trail in the 30's. so es livermore the tri valley there are 38 along wi redwood city. but most other places e now finall getting in the 's territory. we are trailing compared to yesterday because overnht we have the clear skies. not much the way of winds and so that's a recipe to use to get some radiational cooling in the ai dried out that for us too. 1 o'clock we' turning mostly cloudy ain then cloudy by for spottshowers probably afterwas not everybody is going to it's going to be probably the north bay peninsula in san francisco for that out for you cominup in just a bit mark all right dave, thanks a lot. breaking overnig police are investigating a fatal hit and run involving a muni train in san francisco. >>a pedestrian was kille after being hit by the train nd bayshore and sunny dale streets. muni says a person
s sitting on the coupling between the train cars and then fell to the pavemt and then was hit by the train them with muni driver drove away and didn't even know that there was a collision. muni an sfpd continue to investigate munieleased this statement about the crash this morning sending its deepest condolences to the faly and friends who was struck by the train this morning. 49 ers first playoff gameat levi's could have go any better for the red and gold is the niners made it easy against the vikings beating the vikings 2710. niner fans had a great time in the unshine and santa clara's the niners defense dominated especially inthe 2nhalf. as the defense had 6 that 6 acts including 2rom nick bosa richard sherman also got in on the act with a bi terception in the 2nd half to le to a score 49 ers never looked back winning big. so that as was what was happening on the field but how about the phantom of the tailgaters kron four's dan thorn was have tailgating with the faithful take a look. well
the 40 niners faithful got exacy what they wanted a big win gainst the vikis ana big step closer to the super bowl. >>the 40 niners hae their fans fired up. the irst playoff game levi's bringing pley of faithful to fill thstadium as well as the tailgat we're about to start a whe new legacy baby now real back fans enjoyed fami friends and od, but feasted their eyes on total domination the 40 niners easily taking care of the viking is the best we are the proud lots of smiling faces left the stadium that you can expect it even more electric atmosphere when e 49 ers host the nfc championship game next week we're going to my of mm other plane on the way to miami and just what will it take to get to miami to denver to tonight when the run the ball
you think they need to run the ball, san fransco be hosting the winner of sunday's game beeen the seattle seahawks and the green bay packers, this is the first time in 6 years the 40 ners will be playing in the nfc championip game. >>reporting at levi stadium. >>now to the north bay this morning, 3 dogs were killed in an eay morning house fire in santa rosa. it started about 00:03am in the morning saturday near dixie place in lombardy lane, it's right next to lawrence crook lawree cook middle school, santa rosa firedepartment says the fire started in the rear bedroom of an in-law unit. luckily, people were inside the home at the time. it h been one year since a fatal crash that clmed the lives of 2 teenagers and injured 4 others. it happened as they were leaving a footballgame and deer valley highschool it was a rny night wn an suv slammed into a tron lone tree way near indian hill drive. police lar said that the wet roads and speed were factors in the crash. now on
year later family and friends gathered at the rashsite honoring the 2 lives lost and of less. >>know as a as a miracle buff st feel blessed that i got my fe our lives. >>i'm thinking about the other 2. that lost their lives j m. iranian to us. they can about their families. >>the other 2 survivors coul not make it to the vigil because of work on for the 2 that owed up one says one has graduated from high school. the other will graduate thiyear. the students at one of san francisco's last all-girls catholic schools is fighting to keep the school open mercy high schoolsays it will be closing at the end of the school year. it opened back 1952 but decreasing enrollmt is forcing the closureso the students have started a go fu me campaign to save the school. meantime the school says the classes and activiti will continue as normal mursi's focus right now
is on the tudents faculty and staff school adding that it willalso help transition current and prospective ospective students to other hools and as of now mercy high school's last day will june 1st. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. new twist on that a group of homeless mothers in oakland who are forced to leave a vacant house. >>well now the company that owns the home is making a brand-new fer will have the reactn from the moms coming up next. and a new proposal to tackle the homeless crisis in sonoma county calls fothe countyto become a landlord will explain. later in the newscast annext a conmer a lot of electronics show wraps up in las vegas we're going to show you all th gadgets that are meant to make your more we are mourning a whole tex big takeover of
the s vegas strip is coming to a clo as cs is wrapping up after days of new gadgets while divisions and a whole lof robots. >>karen caifa shows us what your morning might look like in the future with some of the show'smost talked about items. >>well most of us morning begi when coffee is more. and for those very specific about here that coffee comes from a this app from m uses block chain to trace the bean from farmer to hurry stance. morning run a sick showing a prototype of the smart shoes with built in sensors to deliver real-time feedback slateto debut later this
year. after that workout eakfast, impossible foods at c e s goers lining up for a taste of its plant based force which debuted at the show as we look at the global pork is world. t ubiquitous me in the >>the key ahead to diner tonight leave it to julia cookinhow smart countertop unit finds recipes orders groceries cooked ingredients and cleans itself. speaking of cleaning up kohler's moxie showeead has amazon's alexa built-in plus a bluetooth speaker for morning podcasts or shower singalos at 7 our charge u're going to run out of hot water before you run outof battery power says are newly smart toilet is completely handfree with heated seats and mood lighting and if you find so shorthanded and tell you the rots do just out everything and now here come my roles charmin's robot was designed to deliver with little droids conolled by your smartphone which you may also usedo help this flying taxi by hyundai has an uber for your future morning commute in las vegas. i'm
karen caifa. >>and you look for sunshine. we found some for you like and serve a tory how about that nice blue skies there we d have clear skies overnight with shot. give us a bit of a chill with 30's early we've graduated to the 40's. we're going to be pa of the cloud cover still today some sprinkles by this evening, the focast next.
at the golden gate bridge and the north baas well loing really nice day. yeah, we didn't quite to get away from all of those clouds and all that kind of awesome his in this area, yes or deal with at and i'm really that's going to be kind of we're just going tothin out a little bit but then rethinking up again later on this afternoon spotty showers part of the duty for today. this is really just the curse of stuff. real action is going to happen this weeken the good news is a lot of it's going to nournal a meeting in that could so yeah ey even hit the really good for monday night that will be at night and the bigger hit ppening in the middle of the week 're tracking all this r you this what looks like a the shot from u c berkeley east bay shoreline shot looking west. there again the overcast firmly in place golden gate bridge is so closer up close and peonal if you will. and again kind of the overcast sky conditions in place now. so we have a the trail going on here of opening up the gulfof alaska. there's probably what you're going to see monday during e day before we start to see the return this case will be a scatted showers but her
tonight we're looking for spotty showers th that future cast for kind of tell you the tale there you have it not everybody may be in the bay getting it, but also in the mountains re looks like we'll be getting some of this action asell. the heavier stuff little bit more heavy will cause scattered showers. that's for tomorw overnight into tuesday morng again kind of the dead of night or getting the rain. good timing on all of this too. and ybe even kind of clearing ut a little bit for your tuesday mornin commute shot from coming in from sun all we got the sunshine early very very early ouds build a few showers by the eveninhours and tomorrow sunny start late day clouds again showers late. overnight basically and then for this week ahead of showers rain. weesday and thursday. that's whenthe heaviest will happen there. and the good thing is that the models are pretty much in agreement on this very much so so we have a d some of confidence of hi heaviest aunt will be again late on wednesday night around midnighwednesday to midnight on thursday, 55 the forecast high going on for san
francisco, 56 oakland, 57 cors for san jose. now these numbers e very similar to what wesaw from yesterday both in london around the water and so forth. but we started off much cooler today, they were dealing with a lot of cloud cover that's cutting down that solar radiation heating this go around. we get the stand out a little bit. get some sunshine action and what we need to achieve these highs and then the clouds can do their ambush into the afternoon and evening hos when check n your longer range forecast coming up in lush just a little bit party. ok dave see them. families of passengers from all over the world want answers abou the shooting down of the new ukrainian jet in iran. >>in all 176 people were on bord that boeing 7.37 when it wentdown. most of the passengers were from iran and canada. iran's military has taken responsibility saying it was an unintentional mistak with more now, here's ula newton. >>it's the smiles thatare so searing and indelible render of all that's been lost. at
this vigil in toronto frnds families strangers tried to take in the magnitude of the tragedy. >>moore cannot express the sound on and then. pain at the it is just >>rosie who d not want her last name used could not believe hefamily friend muhammad helios hewas married in iran just last week. and then boarded flight 7.52. for many year the grief is still so raw. and then they learned the airliner may have been shot out of the y by iran. they can't make sense of it >>and even response to parents of the children. said th the last pers daughters husbands wife. us this is so surreal. >>at least 63anadians died, but the vast majority of the
passengers a 138 we're connecting to canada. many returning to lives here. >>the deals like this are going on right across the cotry. so many canadians can rlly relate to the stories of these victims. people ally living their drms trying to make a better life in a cond home. >>many them called edmonton home and therethey mourned students acamics doctors. people whose li stories is new canadians resonated with so many maddie smelly on says he still cat believe his wife theresa and his daughter era are never coming home to him. >>you call the inventions up some musicians not. and i told some forever. so that was a hard moment for me. >>canada's prime minister justin trudeau joined an auto a vigil with hers looking for comfort. >>there are family friends. i use a car on us. >>we are the government odds.
lee is heartbroken losing the teen. but he's also angry about the politics now intruding on his grief. >>but even if it's here on the blame is on usif president trump would and ordered a drone strike us and so am i and all this for nothing new wouldn't be here today, grieving, you know >>the imication these precious lives are now collateral damage in an american iranian conflict still being waged. >>over 100 internal documents released by boeingreveal how workers really feltabout the company's troubled 7.37 x airplane. that aircraft was grounded last year following 2 deadly crashes that clmed 346 lives kron four' christine that hatred joins me in studio now with the bakdown of those newly released documents and what ey tell us that we actually have copies of them that's right. >>now boeing now apologizing for a series of these unfiltered and crde messages between employees.
the company released e-mails and instant messages in which co-workers ridiculed the 7.37 max regulatory certifition. and even the plane's abily tofly safely. an e-ml from ril 2017 a month bere the first version of the plane was certifi. gives a glime at the doubtsofone employee who wrote in quote. thirplane is designed by clowns who in turn are superviseby monkeys boeing launched the 7.37 ma asthe next generation of its planes. another former boeing employee express his concerns t recommendations to shut down production because of mistakes and t corners he felt were on deaf ears. >>what i saw again was just a factory in sarray and we had a lot of things going on as i congress and those problems continue to cascade for many months. communication does not flect the company and they are
completely unacceptable. the f a a said in a statement that it didn nd any new safety concer in the newly released documents marty back to you all right christina thanks. >>still ahead on kron 4 news weekend. the niners are headed to the nfc championship game are carpenter will be along with all the highlights interviews reaction. i understa you want to stay wius.
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are faithful have been iting for this moment, the niners back in the postseason for th first time since 2013 hosting the vikings in the divisional round for their playoff debutat levi levi stadiuhere we go let's head to santa ara l the greats in the building joe montana four-ti super bowl champion. first 49 ers drive. she brought a lot starting his first playoff game 5 for 6 right off the bat, including a strike to ndrick bourne niners up 7 zipped. intee strife. kirk cousins with his own response 32. deep stefon diggs a callow withepoon falls down digs a yard touchdown weatherspoon. problems in the secondary he was pulled from the game 3 manual mosley immediately after his how to make a change now 2nd quarter tevin coleman easy money from a yard out 1410 san francisco at the half and after the break, the defense ju took over cousins
off targ richard sherman jumps t route terception the eteran corner with a huge pl and then. toget the celebration going why not a photo opportunity in th end zone, the niners proceeded to run the ball 8 straig times, the final being rom 2 ards out comb in his second touchdown 2410 the 49 ers starting to impose their will in the 4th niners of 17 se gets to cousins are one of san francisco's 6 sacks so had to all by himself in that the lines they were having a good time everyoneat le's having a good time hoshanahan very happy as he getshis first playoff win as a head coach his dad mike enjoying itfrom the sweets the 49 ers are moving on to the nfc title game next sunday at santa clara final score 2710 and they held the vikings to 7 1st downs rushed 47 times for 186 yards, let's get reaction we've got the team that got over 30 rounds and win this game. we truly look at that as a team goal.
>>and i we have been47 and on offense and lot easi to do another team goes to 12 on 3rd down and and we're 45% of only an appeal to get an end when you just see that way the defense is plaed. it'so much easier stay with that and the whole team kind of fed off and the schedule rks out nicely for the 49 ers ge a to watch packers. seahawks see which team they'll face in the nfc championship ga in kron 4 has you covered with anything and everything 49 ers for highlights more reaction that as you lookat sports back to you. >>all right rk, thanks a lot, let's go ahead take a live look outside. lden gate bridge this time around you can see the clos in the background rain is the way dave has the forecast. we tried to get the politicians
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morning. rebecca kron 4 news weekend. we're taking a live look tside from the embarcadero camera and dave about the forecasts and a ll little bit of a change overnight. yeah we'll see probably tonht few little spotty showers will come spotty tonight, mara scatred as we get into tomorrow night. but you know the good thing about all this is even the heavier stuff was later this week. it's all pretty much time for you know that the ovnight hours so we cut her father that out you know, so we worked on in our day that' that's a good a the good thing isll most the models agree with that so we're not getting on model rgumentation haha that i know it's it's it's kind of it's tough being media with all those guys. so
here's what's going on here you see berkeley shot. there you look at the view om west and there you can see that kind of stratus that's in place this was kind of an bush that hpened this morning started the day off lots of sunshine, very briefly. this cloud cover move dornin thicken up it will thin out a little bit as we approach around the noon hour and then thk it up again as we get now are opportunity for a few of those showers shot in the bay bridge shep pretty much the same thing to you can see the shadows are very faint f the cars traversing. far as the winds pretty calm and that was the case last night with clear skies. thank you and that led temperatus really go intwhat hubble mode just little bit of a light breeze in place how the progress will we stop 37 up to napa but we're getting into some 40's now we do need this to happen with the cloud cover to get some sun and to help with this out warming up a bit 38 by the way this hour livermore 42 down to san jose d 44 going on for hayward so future cast for get a load of that ain the clouds increase again, here'sthe shower opportunity. it esn't look like it's
getting everydy in the bay, the heaviest for southern marine you can see there san francisco this being about 9 30 at night. pretty much is all done by dawn tomorrow michaela for some fog. here's the effort tomorrow night into tuesday morning. but we mean reallyearly tuesday morning one 15 time stamp. and this will be mountain snows to but more of a scattered shower event probably covering just about all the bay at some point in the program little lingering showers maybe potentially for yourorning commute on tuesday. another breather in the upstream there's more to be had on wednesday into thursday, here's the breakdown for today. have mewhat partly cloudy skies or almost kind of an overcast kind of strata situation then as 1 o'clock in the late afternoon wears on both taken up yet again temperatures lding in the 50's provided we get something going on to allow at solar heating to take place coming up a little bit we'll have a look at your long range forecast models.
>>t's tough because it's a whole spectrum of people out on streets as people who want to make life better for themselv and people who just stop caring and they're still in drive single cared. >>sonoma county'sgrowing homeless crisis is on the minds of resints and the board of supeisors. there are several plans to tackle the problem one of the ideas 3 homes for the homeless to share on forcefully to call has more. >>8.11 davis street in santa rosa is one of 3 hoes the sonoma county boa of superviso is considering fo its proposed shared housing progra for the meless. nathan lives nexdoor and is against the plan. he points to the safety and sanitation problems already caused by the people living in a growin homeless encampment around the one verpass nathan believes whatever fds thecounty would commit to the proposed the spent more efficitly this. >>almost $6 million for 60 people. that doesn't far
that over >>and carolyn kendall area was homeless for close o 4 years before moving into her sister's apartment for months ago, she s across from the second house under consideration for purchase by the county.it's located at 8.66 sooma avenue in santa rosa, one block away from the lice department and next door to a rehabilitation and mental health facility and church she supports the shared housing proposal we need to help you know because i know lot of that >>we keep the place you know clean and that's what we need we need toscreen these people and brg him into this you know. >>environment a good. you know, and 's wonderful, although county supervisor lead to hopkins says rules for thhomes would be enforced by professional property management. >>neighbors near 8190arthur street in kentuy say that's not enoh. kurt ogden ives next to the 3rd piece of property. the countis looking into actually ha 3 units that are done says the
county would used to house up to 20 people are very much concerned for my my wife his own way, she's a rtender and. >>the o'clock in the morning, she comes home, i do't know who's going to be here the board of supervisors will discuss the proposal further at ts next meeting on tuesday. >>in sono county felipe should all kron 4 news. >>and we have devoping news in the east bay, there's a new twist in that story about a group of homeless mothers who've beeliving in a vacant oakld home. they were ordered by a judge to move out of the house. but now the company that owns the home in oakland has offed to pay to shelter them kron four's christine that hatred joins me live in the studio with the latest on this twist christina martin, this is a situation that's been writing headlines prty much this entire week. >>to be in the home. 5 days or face eviction. >>a spokesperson for weight with property which owns the
home. lice the jue made the right call. now however with the property says it's willing to pay catholic charities to house of women for the next 2 months this way they have time to find new accommodations. the company will also pay for their belongings to be moved. in a statementn the company said ich would hears and understands what the individuals illegallyin its home are sang. >>but can't condone theft we're to group to leave take a look at this dominique walker who is one of the moms responded saying it is deeply in disingenuous for this multimillion dollar corporation through their multimillion dollar public relations firms to pretend to be concerned about the well-being of black families. walker finishes her statement by adding that the offer is an insult. that's why they've asked their supporters to join monday morning as a form of protest marty back to you all right christina thanks a lo >>for your money this morning
tesla is making history once again, it now the most valuable us automaker ever the palo alto-based company's shares reach the market value of 86 d aalf billion dollars and that tops ford motor company's record high of just over76 biion for shares back in 1999. 's a very impresve job considering the tesla hit a 52 week low just last june. the us automaker still has lot of ground to cover to become the mosvaluable car maker in the world as toyota has a mark value of billion volkswagen stands at billion. a lot of people are heading to the sierra for some winte fun, this time of year in a lot of them like to take the four-legged coanions kron four's ken wayne shows us what it's like to fly to a dog friendly destinaon near lake tahoe. in this morning's flying tales. >>well northern californians know blue canyon is the spot wheretv news crews stand in the snow to talk about.
>>the snow. what many people n't know is that there's a runway here. so at 5,283 feet abovsealevel almost exactly one milein elevation. there's a nice t an airfield sitting among the pine trees, it's a rfect place to activate my onboard cameras for the 26.7 mile tr over donner pass to truckee airport. mango in me go full throttle for take off heading on a slight uphill inine on the 3300 foot long nway. >>the big surprise for us and especially for drivers that you fly right over intersta just seconds after liftoff. >>carroll missed the shot with her phone. >within a couple of minutes, we're heading east. >>carroll takes pictures why keep an eye the terrain. >>it's almost always a little bumpy going over the sierra i have my head on a swivel looking for other aircraft.
>>the times carol and i ok like a couple of mir cats >>they were flying over donner lake and beginning our desce into truckee. >>the airport is in the truckee meadows a wide flat space with plenty of room. >>i turn r final on runway tonight landing to the wind for the west. >>and i must say considering the pumping conditio moments earlier. i pretty much greece to land. >>it actually passed the heavy iron private jets tothe transit and parking aa for the ttle guys like us. >hat is and mango now freed frm the plane mango heads off on a mission of scovery while there's plenty of snow the nearby ski slopes the's not much here on the ground in truckee. >>take a ride share in the town of grabbing a bite to eat and run in all of waffles and lulu from san francisco. out for a walk. >>we actually come up here
quite a bit beuse of that dog friendly appeal. we find patiot old town tap. it's 39 degrees outside, but there are heat lamps in the sun is shining so it's not too bad. downtown truckee is a great place to walk especially with your dogs. >>those seem to make friends gifand clothg shops art a galleries bars and restaurants. it's a bring your dog bring youappetite for your sense of adventure your witcher travis. >>with lifand trending th morning queen elizabeth is scheduling a family crisis meeting with prince harry and meghan markle tomorrow. they're going to be talking about their future in the house of windsor is buckingham palace has been in an upro since the couple stunning announcement just last week they've decided to step back om official royal duties, joininme in the studio with more exit is kron four's christinthat a trump you kn of course this is also something that has been.
>>just roughout the headlines, the patch oraze send their announcement. we have people you know on the pop culture side weighing in policians weighing in but ever since the duke and duchess of sussex announced their intention to step back crisis talks have been derway within the royal housold and with the queen herself saying they neeto taken care of quite quickly. now prince charles prince williaand prince harry will be meeting with the queen at her state tomorrow. will be the first time the senior yals have met since meghan announcement earlier this week notice some noticeably absent is meghan the duchess of sussex she returned to canada canada shortly after the announcementearlier in the week, however she is pected to be dialing into this meeting from abroad. something important. tough course note is ju that. and it was something really important to note is that the couple when they did announcethey wanted to make sure that they rein financially independent however, lot of people said that they want to. a lot of
people said that they really want to make sure tatthe royal couple they're wehing in saying they want the world couple to pay for their own secury and prefer their own rent. if they're going to be using those royal benefits now in the past ny royal family member that has step down or step aside has been due to scandal or divorce again. we will ar more. following tomorrow morng's meeting with the queen that is definitely a phone call i wish that we could island to as we to hear the drama. >>oh yeah. us and exactly well coming up okron 4 news . weekends, go ahead take a ve look outside at sfo this and no delays willbe righty
>>go back to kron 4 morning news, good morning. everybody we've i had to do with the kind of overcast skies to get things started we did have a little peek of some sunshine earlier on coming up an ambush by these clouds will thin out a little bit before they thicken up y again the shot from u c reveals the same as we look off towards the west and still those kind of stratus overcast skies don't expect much for mperatures today even statewide mid 50's will do it for the central coreof his central valley, central coast in the lower to middle 50's we've got lower 60's down so l of big bear about 45. there is this week's action up there in the gu of alaska that's what's going to hold really thstormy stuff we're talking about wednesday
night thursday overnight. good news is this is all timed out for a nicely got some stray showers at work for tonight's and then more scattered about 4. your monday night this will also involve winter weather. there's a winter weather advisory up in the hills and 10:00am on tuesday. also want to watch out for some winds and there's a a winter weather star winter storm watch to be had 2 thas really wednesday late throughthursday about 3,000 feet but th the winter weather advisory. it's about 3500 feet in elevati could get 4 to 7 inches of new snow. local the locazed amounts maybe about a foot with all of this and we'll of course be dumping more with that winter storm at maybe warning. let's going plot throh everything coming that so what's going on for late on monday night through tuesday. heavier action ok at the the coverage on tt this will be wednesday night through thursday models in good that a big hit too by the way, lingering little bit for thursday clearing oufor friday may be early saturday before yeanother dose
saturday afrnoon evening. break again and look at that guy just lls righapart there for tuesday into wednesday. we'll see if that migh be on to a drier at way patte. and doctor king day going forward 55 san francisco, 56 for open 57 for san jose but that 7 day forecast reveals the unsettled weather pattern. wednesday thursday saturday and again for that to next weekend coming up >>happening now the 19th annual sketch fest in san francisco on for years audiences of love ketch fest diverse programming features performers from a lot of popular comedy tv shows including saturday night live arrested developmenin veep just to name a few and joining me now to talk about sketch fa and it's 18 day calendar. now is comedian and the festivals co-founder janet varney jan congratulations itself off and runningthis weekend. thank you so much marty yeah we are looking towards the end of our opening weekend.
>>we've already had oh my goodness i want to say probay 30 in total are fesval runs 18 days. yeah we we nish up on the 26th and i think we're looking at somewhere in the range of 292 should allow it all. so that viewers it's wrong it's been really really has what was the idea way backwhen bend sketch fest sure what my partners cole stratton david owen and i students at san francisco state i know sotime go gators and we were loong in a sketch group we were just kids putting together so we sketches and thn looking for places to do that in the bay area and while san francisco has such rich wonderful comedy history right at that particular time there were a lot places that were so we would ha this ch right. wonderful support om a stand-up comedy clubs sure, but we wigs and costumes and there were no backstage is there in the stages are small as was made without direct parties are going where's i wanlike funny funny funny was set up it and fast so we
ended up reaching out to 5 other groups that we h met through that the course of our doing a sketch together for a year and said hey we want to rent to us either we want to put it together some kind of sketch comedy festival we've sn it happen in a couple of other cities. it seems to work en you guys trust us to do this and can all share that that mnths because trust me no sketch cody group wants to do their all nth long while 15 tis night themselves so they said yes and ah that was 19 ars ago the festival has just grown ever since we're a assroots, it's still my partners the and thenjust extraordinary staff s going to ask you now that it's it's grown so ch as one of the large in the country. >>wh caused the growth is a word how did how did this get towhere we are now a think it reay is one of i those perfect storm situations and we just had the weather not case, a comedy storm where we had you know we had this amazing group f people who wated to come to san
francisco to perform because we have the virtue of being san rancisco. i'm sure the most beautiful cities in e world. so you have people who can make a quick jaunt up frm la or people who love coming to the west coast from new york that's calledyou know where the majority of comy is happening right. the's lots of stuff throughout the night states and then you have the amazing audiences wi just keep coming bacyear after year so the word of mouth happens not just with the audience is that what the perfoer on the other comedians talk with your help ryan comes and he tells 50 of his friends, a shoe sketch best gus suddenly we have 50 more people weren't restore mewe talked about it on the show exactly and there yoare actually so it's just been it's been growing very very ganically since then you talk aut conan brien, just one of the many big names that it that it appeared a sketch what are we looking at for the ship oh goodness well we the number of tributes ppening we have a tribute to a wonderful comedian podcter author phoebe robinson we have robert klein who is a comedy egend sure ryan the first and
ups i saw as a sort of own-up kid going i looked this what's we have sandra berard coming and a tribu to her with the king of comedy molly shannon and her movie superstar directed by kids in the home member bruce mccall. we have so many going to go to sketch trust dot com because it's literally hundreds of canadian one of the great things about etch. this also is why you have the big names comi performers as well and they have a chance to rub elbows with some of these people. >>who they c now become you know, that's that's my mentor bets that somebody who came to my show d gave me some tips things like this absolutely i did a show on the now to my own horn but i s privileged to do an impression last night the mira sorvino came to y she hasn't town for barcona independent film she that was ving an anniversary. >>this year and uh and i bought a meteor afterwardsnd even on the up and doing this and do tv shows now and i still in starstruck right there serving to ta this with i can sleep tonit, is
social events where 10's from you know the group for phoenix was still in college can interact with christopher guest, no kidding, wow and learn from and hobnob with sand, it's it's just so fun to see those oups grow and become more well known and it's woerful what a month at is going to be for comedy and performance in san francisco in the bay area so sketch best 2020 is runni through just january 26 and you mentioned the the website, it's there on your screen a sketcfetched sketch fast dot com. >>nd the ticket prices start about $15 and up from there so it's very affordable see some see some performers and see some up and comers. would sketch best only because st etches will take you to a place in seattle and youl be very surprised all frank yes, a sketch and we lay it out for you day by day you an see there a pecific person you're looking for. >>it's a it's pretty easy to navigatand lot of choices. jenna congratulatio. thank you so much for joining us. thk you right back.
storm dropped more th 6 inches ofsnow on the field. well nothey're expecting they're asking for some hearty fansto help shovel the snow ahead oftheir game. later today against the seahawks fans whshow up will get a $12 an hour for thei work and the team will provide the shovels. a waitress in sacramento got a huge tip this week anshe plans to use some of it to pay it forward her nais kathleen marino and she received a tip of more than 800 on a tab f a $165. this happened on esday night at the widwood kitchen and bar in sacramento. ndall was so shaken when she alized the amount of her tip and she sa she can use the money because she was working 2 jobs topay for college tuition says she plans to use me of the money on car repairs and then send the rest of it to help out the victims of the australian wildfires. and a high school student made an increble discovery during his internship with nasa as he discovered a brannew planet and it's very uncommon. it
happened on the 3rd day for 17 year-old wolf suors, nasa internship he was working at the goddard space flight cenr in maryland. he s assigned to look thugh the test telescope and study how the 2 stars would create an eclipse and that's when he noticed the new planet in their orbit and that led him to this covering this new planet is 1300 light years away froms and 7 times the size of earth and we're going to be rediscovering more rain throughout the week, the heaviest wednesdas overnight into thursday that will mean mountain snows to okay. thank you dave that's it for us cnx we can have a great week.